The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1966 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 9, 1966
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c Works for LA. By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer The Los Angeles Dodgers are fit it again, winning 'em by one tun on the double. The pitching hasn't been quite as overpowering as last year end the speed hasn't been as overwhelming, but the Dodgers suddenly have reverted to last year's pennant winning formula in running up a five-game winning streak. The latest was a come-from- ibehind 7-6 victory over Atlanta Friday night on Jim Lefebvre's tie-breaking double in the eighth inning. It their fifth gave the Dodgers inning later, Davenport made Maricbal's job a snap by hitting his grand slam. Stargell and Mazeroski proved too much for the Mets to handle, targell collected two homers — for a total of 21 — two doubles and two singles while Mazeroski collected a grand slam homer among four hits. Stargell's two run - run double keyed a three-run uprising in the first inning of the opener, and he broke a 1-1 tie in the third inning of the nightcap with a three-run homer. Richie Allen put the Phillies successive one-run I ahead to stay, snapping a 1-1 tie Victory and a 19-8 record over all in games decided by thai margin. Tftat's a .667 percentage in the tight ones, compared to last year's .533 when the Dodgers topped the National League with 32 one-run triumphs en route to the World Series. The only trouble is they're still in third place. Despite the the Dodgers winning streak, remained four games behind the front-running San Francisco Giants, who rode Juan Marichal's three-hit pitching and a pinch-hit grand slam homer, by .Jim Davenport to a 72 victory over Cincinnati. Second-place Pittsburgh closed to'.within two games of the top as Willie Stargell and Bill." Mazeroski each drove in seven runs in a 10-2, 9-2 doubleheader sweep of the New York Mefs. Phiadelphia edged the Chicago Cubs 54 and Houston Chipped St. Louis 6-1. Don Sutton started for the Dodgers and struck out the side In the first and third innings. But "in between he allowed the Braves to pull out to a 4-0 lead. The Dodgers moved in front with a six-rim third inning explosion, but the Braves again tied'the score, 6-6, in the sixth inning. Then, in the eighth, Wes Parker singled and Lefebvre (doubled. That settled it. Marichal posted his 14th victory — one less than major league leading Sandy Koufax of the Dodgers — and scored the run; that put the Giants ahead to Stay 3-2 in the fifth inning. Marichal swung and missed at a third strike in the fifth but raced to first when the pitch by was wild. He sped around to third on another wid pitch by Hank Fischer and trotted home on Tito Fuentes' double. One * * i with a three-run homer in the fifth inning. Johnny Callison chipped in with three doubles and scored three runs, coming home twice in singles by Tony Taylor. John Bateman's two-run homer off Bob Gibson in the first inning gave the Astros enough to beat the Cardinals. Bob Bruce, who came into the game with a 1-6 record, allowed only two St. Louis hits before giving way to reliever Claude Raymond in the ninth. By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer Sam Mele knows he can't ex- :ect any help from two of the American League's hottest hitters next Tuesday at St. Louis. And the All-Star pilot isn't sure how much help to count on Tom his batting practice pitch- *r Mickey Marite and Boog Powell will miss the Ail-Star classic despite their current slugging rampages, but Lew {rausse will be there — to toss batting practice for the American League stars. Krausse, a former $100,000 bonus baby who failed in three previous 'trials with the Athletics, tamed ttie Cleveland Indians 2-1 Friday night, allowing only four hits in eight innings while boosting his season record to 6-4 and lowering his earned run average to 2.76. It was the third victory for Krausse in his last four decisions, giving him a 10-15 career mark since breaking in as an 18- year-old in 1961. Meanwhile, Mantfle smashed ;wo home runs for a tola of 11 n Ms last 14 games as New York divided a doubleheader with Washington — losing 7-6 and winning 7-5 — and Powell belted a ninth inning homer that lifted first place Baltimore past California 2-1 and tied him with teammate Brooks Robinson for the major league RBI lead at 67. Neither Powell nor Mantle were selected by Mele for the All-Star squad. Powell finished third in the first base voting — behind Boston rookie George Scott and Detroit's Norm Cash. Mantle was No. 6 in the outfield balloting but reportedly requested that he be bypassed for the first time since 1953. * * * Mele's Minnesota Twin; whipped Detroit 6-1 behind All Star lefthander Jim Kaat and the Boston Red Sox swept a doubleheader from Chicago 8-: and 5-1 in ofier AL games. Krausse lost a bid for his third shutout of the season when Larry Brown singled in the sev enth, moved up two bases on a wild pitch and scored on Joe Azcue's sacrifice fly. The A's, limited to one hit for seven innings by Sonny Siebert pulled out their fifth victory in the last six games with two runs in the eighth. Roger Repoz knocked them in with a pop fly double after singles by Joe N sek, hitting for Krausse, and Bert Campaneris set the stage. The loss was the sixth straight for Cleveland. Powell led off the ninth against southpaw Marcelino Lopez with his 19th homer, snapping a 1-1 tie. Lopez had jlanked the Orioles on one hit jntil the eighth, when they tied t on singles by Sam Bowens, Dave Johnson and Paul Blair. The victory increased the Orioles' league lead over second place Detroit to 8Ms games. Mantle connected in each game for a season total o£ 18 but was forced to quit the nightcap in the fifth inning after pulling a hamstring muscle in his left leg, He is expected to be out of action two weeks. Ray Baker's two-run single in the seventh brought New York from behind in the second game after Frank Howard's sacrifice fly broke a 6-6 standoff in the sixth inning of the opener. Kaat scattered six hits for his llth victory against six losses and smacked a two-run homer to cap a five-run Minnesota burst in the fourth inning. Jim Lonborg pitched a six- nitter for his first complete * * # game victory of the year and Lee Stange checked the White Sox on five hits in the nightcap as Boston completed its sweep. Held to one hit through seven innings by Bruce Howard, the Red Sox sewed up the second game with four runs in the eighth-two on Tony Conigliaro's triple. Conigliaro also rapped a run-scoring single and Joe Foy homered behind Lonborg in the operner. MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS Mantle, on a Tear, Tears His Leg Muscle By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP - The New York Yankees have just enjoyed the best two. weeks of Mickey Mantle's season, and now they face the possibility of doing •without him for the next two weeks. Mantle, who has been plagued with leg trouble throughout his 16-year career, tore an outer hamstring muscle in his left leg Friday night and said : "This will take two weeks, I imagine, from the way they'vei reacted before." j Before being forced out of the second game in the fifth inning, Mantle lashed five hits, including two homers, in eight at-bats in a doubleheader with Washington. * * * His first-game homer was in vain as the Senators won 7-6, but his 18th of the season in the nightcap helped the Yankees to a 7-5 victory. Mantle's homers gave him 11 in the last 14 games, during which time he collected 18 hits in 46 at-bats for a .409 average. The hitting spurt shot his average up 27 points, from .254 to .281. The ace center fielder, who was not selected for the All-Star Game for the first time since 1953, tore the muscle while rounding first on a hit to left field in the fifth inning. "I looked at Wally (first base coach Wally Moses, and .he gave me the go sign like I might be able to get three," Mantle explained. "I took a long step and hit the bag with my left foot and when I pushed off, I felt it tear. "I saw the ball bounce awa; from the outfielder, but couldn't do anything about it. "It's not sore yet, but it'll be very sore tomorrow. I won't be able to do this," he added, bending his leg. San Fran. . Pittsburgh . Los Angeles Philadel. Houston . St. Louis Atlanta . Cincinnati National League W. L. Pet. G-B. 53 32 .624 50 33 .602 34 38 39 42 47 45 46 . 47 45 44. 38 39 36 IS 16 .580 .542 .530 .475 .453 .444 New York „. 35 46 .432 Chicago 25 56 .309 29 Friday's Results Philadelphia 5, Chicago 4 Pittsburgh 10-9, New York 2-2 Houston 6, St. Louis 1 San Francisco 7, Cincinnati 2 Los Angeles 7, Atlanta 6 Today's Games New York at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at Chicago Houston at St. L6uis, N Atlanta at Los Angeles, N Cincinnati at San Francisco Sunday's Games New York at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at Chicago Houston at St. Louis Atlanta at Los Angeles Cincinnati at San Francisco Monday's Games No games scheduled COILI'S flSHIUMAN? CALINDAt "Him hr,lMk P«y. T«fc WU. Hifc •*• **• •OR THE WEEK JULY 10 THRU 17 SUN 10 MON 11 5:42 &23 7:07 AM TUB 12 AM WED 13 THU 14 7:53 8:44 AM AM 15 9:40 SAT 10:40 SUN 17 11:43 All timt It fl lwn fe Central Standard tkm. Add cm tour for <h» Enlwn tlm* zont; subtract on* hour for Rocky,Mountain Hnw; two houn for Pacific thn& In fcealitidt wing dittoht saving tinw, add on* hour ID time found above. ••••'., Copyright. 1966 Black** th« FMi — Better the Off far Killing AWa By Du A visiting band of Memphians couldn't field and Blytheville's Eddie Carner wouldn't let them hit so the local Legions waltzed to a 6-1 victory at Light Brigade Field in Walker Park last night. It ran the Dud Casons record to 27-2. A game scheduled for tonight has been called off and will be played later. tomorrow, the Casons pay a double - header here against Marianna. First game is at 1:30 p.m. Last night's contest was play ed against .a team various des- Snalce on Extra Hob Dot Moves Into Semis COLORADO SPRINGS, Co.o (AP)-Most of the big names were missing today from the semifinals of the Broadmoor Women's Invitational Gol Tournament. The -quarterfinal casualties Friday included Jean Ashley 1965 U.S. Amateur champion from Chanute, Kan.; Barbara Mclntire, former U.S. Amateur queen and defending titleholder on her home course here, and Carol Sorenson Flemiiken of Denver, another former U. S. Amateur champion. Co-medalist Kathy Coca Cola and Sprite. In the first inning, the field PA announcer identified the visitors as Oakville. This upset the visitors. "Tell that clown we're the American League W. L. Pet. G.B 57 27 .679 34 .580 8% 35 .563 10 38 44 44 45 45 49 52 47 ...45 ... 44 .. 39 38 37 . 36 36 34 12 .537 .470 .463 .451 .444 .424 2U4 .395 24 Baltimore Detroit Cleveland .. California .. Minnesota . Chicago Kansas City New York . Washington Boston Friday's Resuts Boston 3-5, Chicago 1-1 Washington 7-5, New York 5-7 Baltimore 2, California 1 Kansas City 2, Cleveland 1 Minnesota 6, Detroit 1 Today's Games Cleveland at Kansas City, twi- night Detroit at Minnesota California at Baltimore, twi- night Washington at New York Chicago at Boston Sunday's Games Cleveland at Kansas City, 2 Detroit at Minnesota California at Baltimore, twi- night Washington at New York, 2 Chicago at Boston, 2 Monday's Games No games scheduled Pee Wee Roosters had a nirie - run firsl inning and defeated Redskins 12 - 5 last night at Midget Park in a Y.M.C.A. Pee Wee game. Redskins scored a run in the top half arid left two men stranded, but Roosters stormed back with five hits and nine runs. They were aided by three passes, but a pair of Redskin errors gave them momentum. Redskins came back with three in the second arid finished scoring with a singleton in the fourth. Winners posted two in the second and one in the third. LitMe Rotary defeated Ark-Mo 10-3 yesterday. Beard and Hollifield pitched :or the winners. Rotary got 13 lits while the losers got six. Tommy Hayes was 3 for 4 and Ricky Robertson was 3X3 'or the winners. Crigger, Ark-Mo pitcher, got wo hits. The standings: Legion 7-3 Ark-Mo 6-5 Klwanls 2-9 National raycees 8-2 North SI 4-5 Zenlte .' 3-7 Lions o-io Coca-Colas," a Memphis batter shouted as he swung a couple of bats in the on-decfc circle. Moments later, 'he was swing- ing'a single bat, fishing for one of Garner's curve balls. He didn't catch anything and four pitches later was back on the bench, grumbling about the Oakville appellation. Someone sent word to the press box that the Memphians didn't want to be called Oak- villians, or Coca Colians but wanted to be known as the Sprites. The PA announcer sensibly settled for Memphis. Carner and a handful of hot hitters, backed by the Cason' usually reliable fielding accounted for last night's win. Carner gave up six hits, but fanned 16 with his assortment of curve balls. Blytheville got 12 hits and this damage was compounded by four official Oakville errors. Pat Harper, the Monette lad who is filling in for injured Sam Singleton at catcher, continue! his torrid bat work. He hac three hits last night. Bobby George, of Luxora, also got three for the Casons. Stan Williams, who's been hit ;ing everything, picked up two hits as did Jim Wagner. Danny Williams, Coach Dwight's eldest son who now is oo old to play Legion ball, and iingleton handled the ball club ast night. Dwight Wiiiams, the CascM coach, underwent eye surgery recently and is still convalescing. "I hope to be back with the ball club next week," Wiiiams said.' "During my absence, Jim Dixon also has been helping out and he'll be in charge of the boys tomorrow. "I hope to get out there and see a few innings tomorrow," Williams said. Last night, Blytheville had a big first inning when Wagner singled, Bruce Bateman was hit by a pitch, Williams singled and Harper doubled. All this action produced three runs. Ahern ol Marcia Bailey of Denver met Dorothy Germain of Bltheville, Ark., in today's 18-hole semifinals. The 36-hole finals wil be played Sunday. Mrs. Bailey won the last two holes to oust Miss Ashley 2 up in the quarterfinals. Mrs. Flen- COURIER NEWS BATDRDAT, JULY », ISM FAQS OX Pepsis Top Kennett Pepsi Cola defeated Carnett, 8-0, last night in Kennett Softball League play. Bill Sharp was the winner. He gave up three hits and fanned six in four innings. Bill Giloch relieved in the fifth and allowed no hits. Chrjs Romanski, with two doubles; Gene Austin, a trible and a single; Lynn Gee, double and single, and John Ross were the Pepsi batting stars. Thursday, Pepsi meet Bank of Kennett at 8 p.m. The Pepsis are 13-4 In the league and are holding down first place. Close-Out On MEN'S SUITS $ 8 DON'T FORGEGT-OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON'TIL 6PM TWO LOCATIONS • Airbase Highway • Franklin & Cherry Hot Springs will entertain you with a Beauty Pageant July 20-23, and perhaps another Miss America from Arkansas will be chosen. Hot Springs is always resplendent with beauty-the wooded slopes of the surrounding Ouachita Mountains, the sparkling blue waters of Lakes Hamilton, Ouachita and Catherine, and the rolling green hills of our several Championship golf courses are famed for their natural beauty. Plan your Hot Springs vacation now ... enjoy the best in water sports, swimming, boating, fishing, golf and other outdoor pleasures. Relax in a famous thermal bath; soothe your nerves with a massage, enjoy a delicious dinner, then go out on the town, where you'll be entertained by stars of the entertainment world in a glamourous night club. MCKINSACK SUMMER THEATRE Mary, Mary July 13-July 17 Ah, Wildtrnm! July 27-July 31 t. 0. BOX 1500 HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS Gun Show Is Monday AtGoff Mississippi County Gun Club has scheduled a gun show atj Goff Hotel for Monday. Old and new guns, plus their components, will be on display at the show, which is open to the public. The club meets in the Goff dining room at 7:30 Monday night. AH persons who are interested in hunting, target practice or the collecting of fire arms is invited to attend the meeting, Hays T. Sullivan reported. Monday's gun show begins at 2 p.m. niken lost an extra-hole matcl to Miss Germain, who sank • 30-foot birdie putt on tht 19th; jreen. * * * Miss Ahern advanced with tht ! , widest margin Friday, a 4 and 3 triumph over Harriet Glan-; ville, Long Beach, Fallfc « Miss BeU was down three aft- • er the 'first four holes and > didn't pull even until the 16th ' on her way to her 21-hole vie- ory over Miss Mclritire, whose second shot caught-a trap on the third extra hole. 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